Chester A. Lyons

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Chester A. Lyons
BornMay 26, 1885
DiedNovember 27, 1936 (aged 51)
OccupationCinematographer
Years active1917–1936 (film)

Chester A. Lyons (1885–1936) was an American cinematographer. [1] Active in the American film industry from 1917 until his death he worked on over eighty films during his career, the majority of them in the silent era. He began his career with Triangle Films and was later employed by Paramount, Fox, First National and MGM.

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  1. Kear p.137

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